On Tuesday (3), Enauta Energia reported that its partner, Barra Energia do Brasil Petróleo e Gás, is irrevocably leaving the company formed for the exploration of Block BS-4, located in the Atlanta Field, in the post-salt of the Santos Basin.
According to the statement released, the company will evaluate by November 28 whether it will take the participation of the partner in the Field or if it will proceed to joint abandonment. A possible joint return of the Camp would not occur immediately.
According to Enauta, the early production system would continue to operate as long as it was economically viable, and definitive abandonment would only occur after the completion of the procedures included with the competent agencies.
"Enauta had already been reviewing the project with the aim of making it more robust and resilient to new oil price scenarios, generating greater value for shareholders. With the notification of Barra Energia, this study will be accelerated and will support the company's decision," said the company's president, Décio Oddone.